State revenue collections slow in October

JACKSON – State revenue collections, which were on an uptick for the first three months of the current fiscal year, slowed for the month October.

Revenue collections for October, which begins the second quarter of the fiscal year, are $15.7 million or 3.14 percent below the official estimate. For the first four months of the fiscal year, collections are $4.46 million or .26 percent above the estimate, according to the latest revenue report released Monday by the staff of the Legislative Budget Committee.

Daily Journal
11/7/17